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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                NOYJEMBltt ILSO A BUSIHE83 SpaetaJ to goM ttA Wiigr ud to chlMnni Ou tit When OB Tttlrd MmL OpporiM D s Office RMImuJ Bub i Oft Reek FiUfc OBI OBIce on Thlrfl Uttnote Attorneys at ATTOHNKY AT rinimi t and miM corner Third md IJKIIH Manahan 0 ATTOItNErS AT room T u4 i ot MuMe Walter AT OTCT ATTOBNIlys AT LAW AND 80 Mcrroiis IN tntr Kwifeit lmg ATTORNKY AT LAW AND UOITOR IN ottr Sterling ATTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT NOTARY PDBUC Offlra ovc StMlIna DL ToKptoce Line H ng ATTORNKY AT NOTARY PUBLIC A JTJttTIOt OP TUB CollectlOM to Banks and The Sterling National rtENERAL VT Prompt ud eanttnl tlteatloo rlwo to Pr FrwtdtaU H IOUSB PAPER BANOER AMD Flirt Phyaloiang Anthony A PHYSICIANS AND BURGEONS Offloa In Anthony coraar rtrat tot ypurth HOMBOPATHIO OfflM and roonu 10 Hut Third Kakldmot Ill Second Omce i to 10 1 to I 7 to S M OMPIOIAL 10 PHRASES A TJnlon Third i Jane PHYSICIAN AND Academy of ResilienceOal t HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 8UROBON Offlw over Rork Ready o answer calli day or from MT Real Estate Adam TNSU AV RANCH AMD COLLKOlINO Honey Loane4 un Ketlaud Ptnionbl OOoa door to Sterling Rational TUSTIOE OF THE OOL tBOTION AOBNT NOTARY fttt Innranci la Nn 1M WMI Tblnt Patntef JL Estimates promptly made by leav won at HfWgani hameia Giddings THE HUBBARD TRUSS MANUFACTD Bf OOHALD30N During Donaldsons absence n 04UorpU will fill ttl TIME THE CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN Going Going tlwillc Eiprew lilts ciiver llnton tcrllng imited 811 Omnhn Ki Clinton PatHovef Ptiwmmr ran anlif except All ig Freight train bllCI kIBlun at IS going MM ct m DEMO C R AT8C R OWON REPUBLICAN BURLINGTON t QU1NCI Going 8ft Going 8 8 from Arrtre from 41 tuMOffcr SO connects with trtlnt cut and on Clinton Branch with A It K t Hock Irlud tod wovt with main tine for lnU Uonncll and id tor Kaniaa CIlj and IMiISOfS CKSTKAL AT OolDg flolng aMcnger One Republican Weathers the Combination allows Seger for Treas urer to Pull STEELING itvunv THUIWDAV V Bowtio 39QAO IVK V w 00404 2ft V 00 20W4 BO 1IV8 8 c ABM V 8 18 V BSQ76 Morrli 800 700 l ao B Stowell and Johnson Snowed Under by Solid Center and a Divided A Grand Republican County Elects a Democratic Judge and Sheriff by Re publican COAL COAL And the place to get the beat at MOBES you want to please your order your KINDLING M08E8 WATER TASKS made at MOSES highest market price paid for GRAIN at DILLONS til kinds of WOOD WORK done at DILLONS Planing Leave your orders for SASH early at Sobscribe fo tie only aoors r Elegant Dealgtu In GOLD WATCHES Latpat Styles JEWELRY 1 16 East Third til 0 anJ Dealer In Pnnoy Full Blood aoi Blood Shetland Ponies and two fiM bred Bbetland can be wen at my Huckleberry li fortyilx Inches Slid roabogany bay with black and Via tor ia a promising young etalllon Young Pony Stock and Half Bloods for Correspondence Frank Cochran Spectacles and LABOKST STOCK IN CITY AT REEFER OCXS COUNTY HE TICKET SLAUGHTERED BY ITS Anything to Beat nconsistencies of the THE Off years are dangerous to the Be Our which IB large y elected a Democratic a Democratic Judge and an County Even ur own town should blush at the large pposition vote she The vote of tie county is in no sense a party he Republican enatorial and Bepresentatlve tickets were elected by reduced To how that the vote was not on party ines this it is only necessary to ompare tills vote of some of our town hips with that of Albany gave ilaine 114 votes the regular omlnee the county got iut9 this while Payne got The Republican vote of Clyde in 1888 was 108 this year she gave the Republican nominee for 28 and the Democratic nom in 1888 cast 133 Eepub lean yet this year she gave the lepublican candidate for Treasurer 100 the Democratic candidate but Fultons Republican vote in 1888 was 222 this year she gave a Republican State 194 and a Republican county can but 04 Fenton cast 86 3epublican votes in but this year she gives Stbwell but 20 Garden Plain cast 173 Republican votes in88 and last Tuesday she gave the Republi can nominee for County 1 Geneseehad 142 Republican votes In 88 and this year the gave the Republi can nominee for Shlriff but Hah naraan In 88 hada Democratic vote o this year she gave a Repub 120 Jordan is one of the banner Republican but at this election she gave 41 more votes for the Democratic candidate for Judge than for the Republican One o the gems of incongruity ia Pleas ant In 1888 she cast 407 Republican votes and 825 Democratic This year she gave the regular Re publican 42 while she gave the Democratic 505 Usticlc In 88 cast 130 Republi can votes and on last Tuesday cast 2 votes for the Republican nominee fo County We quote the above figures to show the direction the vote took last Tues These inconsistencies will prob ably be explained at some later day We who are disappointed have but to take our coats off and laya better and broader foundation for the next cam men who are elected are all good and the county will no go the dogs in their Beger as Treasurer andMr Johnston aa County Superintendent are the only tegular Republican comi neea th County ia a whoUeouled Dem So ia the Sheriff The table herewith gives the vote o the county as complete as we have been able to get it to the abort time between the counting of the votes and our going Harpers says Eliza beth who first brought to this country from GemiftBy tha kindergar ten tsetliod of iesofelng is still living ia She la elgWyaa bat relahis much oi her u K S S g H K o I I Jsti isii I 2 ill i i S i i i i JSi i I I I pi j I a R i i i i kf i i I I V I i I I i g j g I i j g Hal I l jj j j ii v g g M S State 888 s I S H m m o m m oo m 30 1 Eock Falls Tuttle of was ntown last week attending to busi ness and calling ou returned from last Wednesday where she has been visiting her daugh W Price returned froni a trip in tihe interest of the Empire of last Justice of the who has been ill the residence of his daughter in Harmon ia again on the There was very little mischief did by the boys on All Hallow The many friends of Ella Moore will be pleased learn that she baa secured a position as teacher in the Bock Fa41s duties began last A kerosene lamp exploded in Stanleys store last Saturday evening and for a few minutes it looked as if there might be a but a cool head and lively hands soon got it under Justice CadwelTs new office was dedi cated last Tuesday by the Curtis has bought the livery business of Hi Teb Williams la quite Bosebroojt will move into his new house next SOUTH August Frederick is etlll very low and there is but little hope of ma re Bidlap of Crawford is visiting her and Howard Pittman la suffering from an accident caused by the horses running away and throwing him into the hedge Miss Nellie Fitzgerald of and her friend Mias visited at Henry Harrisons last About this time of year we hear the boys talking of bow much corn they can pick in a day their stories run all the way from sixty to one hundred Supervisor of was to our neighborhood this dotaf some work for While here be visited the old school boose of thirtyfive years where bin wife went to school when a Georgs Pittman la buying stock for Randolph of Farmers are nappy over the present prices of The Fat Stock Show will be held in the Exposition building in November The pros pect is flattering for a finer exhibition than ACADEMY OF AIL THIS HELEN VAUGHN SUPPORTED BY TIBKIIXS NEW YORK COMEDY Prices 20 and ft SHOWS ft ACADEMY OF Tbe Charming Blnglng aud Dancing The City Normal Class meets for reeitiitfou at the Baptist oourob on Moodsy evenings at 1 All Sundayschool ato In hiy new Midnififlit The U bis greatest Pair of Prices for the aboye two great Coaipu nles oal7 86 and PUBLIC Tbe undersigned having rented his DOW occupied bjr for the easulcg lor will sell on the 1H rallet west ol Gait OQ TtwfoikwiBgproperty 4 HOHBBSOray stlia Blred by Uptons our yeari old next ftprtngj luu it6eo ftoine PAN Black Mtba four ok next ipnngi broke to Grey M by 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CORNER THIRD STREET ft i WINDOW GLASS IN U J i i Doubletand j Y V AT BI0 ERIRR v If f 1 rHp n HALT AND BEAD THE HUB GROCERY HAS to One Door West of Schmoegers 3 Where you are asked to call and leave your orders for STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES Canoed Green We do and will sell Groceries astoUeap m and guarantee you square YOU HSTOE SAW TOE U BRESSLERA SONS AH0 FWHTI 4 YOP SAW VWM marketas fine as silk made of the YOB SJBVSB AU Syrup PRIED Sweat and   

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